Has your veterinarian offered cold laser therapy for your dog? This safe non-invasive procedure can help cure or manage many common medical problems, yet few veterinarians offer this service.
Conditions That Are Helped by Cold Laser Therapy
How Does Cold Laser Therapy Work?
What is Cold Laser?
A cold laser instrument applies red to near infrared light that triggers a photochemical reaction in cells to promote the above tissue and cell changes. These changes aid the healing process for the conditions listed. Many more conditions that may also benefit from cold laser therapy are presently under study.
The cold laser probe is held against the fur or slightly above for painful areas. The procedure is not painful and does not require shaving any fur or sedation of the patient.
Sessions may last from 5-20 minutes depending on the necessary laser dose for the condition. Multiple sessions per week are common initially and followed by weekly then bi-weekly sessions until the condition is resolved or successfully managed. Many chronic arthritic conditions require bi-weekly to monthly routine treatment.
If your veterinarian does not offer this unique therapeutic option, consult your local holistic veterinarian for cold laser therapy. Your dog will thank you.